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U.S. Rep. Kevin Hern of Tulsa Votes Against Nonbinding Resolutions

U.S. Representative Kevin Hern of Tulsa released a statement after voting against two nonbinding resolutions regarding ongoing negotiations with railway workers’ unions. Rep. Hern voted “NO” on House Joint Resolution 100 & House Concurrent Resolution 119. His communications staff sent an email to The Oklahoma City Sentinel...
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#10. Kevin Hern

- Representative from Oklahoma - Estimated net worth: $26.8 million Kevin Hern has demonstrated potential conflicts of interest with both the energy sector and the health care sector. He offloaded shares in 12 different oil and gas companies while on a related subcommittee and bought an estimated $300,000 to $615,000 in shares of UnitedHealth Group while sitting on the House Ways and Means Committee, which oversees Medicare issues.
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Tulsa World

Rep. Kevin Hern looks forward to greater influence in next Congress

First District Congressman Kevin Hern wasn't tipping his hand Monday afternoon just before Republicans began the process of choosing top leadership and likely the Speaker of the House of Representatives for the 118th Congress. "I want to see who else might be running," Hern said by telephone from Washington. "If...
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Oklahoma elections 2022: Republican incumbent Kevin Hern wins Oklahoma's 1st Congressional District seat

Republican incumbent Kevin Hern defeated Democrat Adam Martin and ?independent Evelyn Rogers to represent Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District in the Tuesday midterm elections, according to unofficial results from the Oklahoma State Election Board. Hern received 60.9 percent of votes cast, with Martin obtaining 34.96 percent and Rogers receiving 4.14...

Oklahoma man pleads guilty to stalking, threatening Rep. Kevin Hern

An Oklahoma man pleaded guilty Wednesday to threatening and stalking Rep. Kevin Hern after years of targeting the lawmaker from his state, officials said. The pleas came after Keith Eisenberger, 39, made increasingly “concerning statements” about the 60-year-old Republican and his family online, according to the feds. Eisenberger — who is known to show up uninvited to political events and try to befriend lawmakers — started to publicly harass Hern after he was appointed in 2018, prosecutors said. In 2019, Eisenberger showed up at the lawmaker’s Washington, DC office and told Capitol Police he should have been considered for his House seat. He told cops he had a one-way ticket to Washington and would not return to Oklahoma until Hern resigned, officials said. In 2020 he wrote on social media that Hern should be “federally executed,” and threatened to “assault” the congressman in another post a year later, according to the Department of Justice. The threats escalated in May when he took to social media and threatened to kidnap Hern and his wife Tammy Hern, officials said. The terms of the plea deal were not disclosed by prosecutors. Under federal statutes, the felonies could carry maximum prison sentences of 25 years.

Man pleads guilty to cyberstalking and threatening representative Kevin Hern

TULSA, Okla. – A Bartlesville man charged with cyberstalking and threatening Congressman Kevin Hern and his family has pleaded guilty to several stalking-related charges. Keith Charles Eisenberger, 39, of Bartlesville, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to cyberstalking; threatening to kidnap and assault a member of Congress; and threatening to kidnap and assault the spouse of a member of Congress.

PODCAST: Rep. Kevin Hern Talks Wired Act and the Economy

Representative Kevin Hern (OK-01) joined us on Thursday for our monthly podcast to talk about his recently introduced bill, HR 8566, the Withholding Illegal Revenue Entering Drug Markets (WIRED) Act, to the House of Representatives. Based on a similar policy enacted by the state of Oklahoma, Hern said HR 8566...

Kevin Hern of Tulsa votes against 'partisan' funding measure in U.S. House

Washington, D.C. -- U.S. Representative Kevin Hern released the following statement after voting against House Resolution 8294, which he described as "the Democrats’ partisan funding package." “Again, I voted against further bloated spending from the federal government,” said Hern, a Tulsa Republican serving in Congress. “Congressional Democrats have...

U.S. Representative Kevin Hern of Tulsa provides district work wrap-up

Tulsa, Oklahoma – U.S. Representative Kevin Hern of Tulsa provided The Oklahoma City Sentinel and other news organizations a statement concerning his work in the First Congressional District before returning to Washington D.C. for legislative session. “Oklahomans are concerned for our country” said Rep. Hern in a statement.

PODCAST: Congressman Kevin Hern

US Congressman Kevin Hern called into our Bartlesville Radio Studios on Thursday for our monthly podcast. Our topics included the economy, energy, crime and our nation's flirtation with socialism. In our podcast, Hern took President Biden to task for acting like a socialist leader for telling gas stations how to...